Enrolled Nurse - Whaikahaat Canterbury District Health Board (Christchurch)
Canterbury District Health Board (Christchurch)
Christchurch
4d ago
source : New Zealand Government

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  • Work within supportive and innovative multi-disciplinary team and newly built environment and expertise within Intellectual Disability and Forensic Ratonga : Tā Mātou Specialist Mental Health Services, we are proud and committed to work as aninterdisciplinary team in collaboration and partnership with tāngata whaiora - consumersand their whānau (family) striving to work within our philosophy to developtherapeutic, supportive and empowering relationships with consumers, to enablethem to achieve their personal goals and DHB Forensic Intellectual Disability (ID) Team is on a journey of innovationand evolution in delivering the best possible care to our tāngata whaiora.
  • Here,we are focusing on long-term rehabilitation and acute care interventions of ourtāngata whaiora by discovering and building on their personal strengths and providinga supported transition back to their a high standard of care is important to the Whaikaha team.

    The addition of ournew contemporary high care area allows us to offer safe, individualised care andstrengthens our ability to implement our model of a result, we are now looking for Enrolled Nurses with passion and interest inIntellectual Disability and Forensic nursing who can bring fresh ideas to ourteam and help us to deliver on this vision.

    We have permanent full-time(0.94FTE) and part-time roles you fit will join a supportive and experienced team that strives to make a realdifference in people-s lives.

    will work in a fulfilling and yet dynamic environment with tangata whaiora -consumers who have very complex challenges to face.

    will also get an opportunity to build long-term relationships with our and deliver a full and holistic rangeof nursing analysis from data collection you will gain insight into the function ofbehaviour for our tāngata whaiora and how this informs our clinical you will have access and support with your on-going professional development includingpost-graduate studies and more unique Intellectual Disability training likePositive Behaviour Support, enabled by our comprehensive staff orientationpackage, clinical supervisors, nursing leadership and close partnership withthe University of disability practise and have a strong sense of curiosity about those you care communication skills and positive planning and adaptability to a constantly changing to work within the multi-disciplinary team, providing a clinical nursingperspective and managing task allocation and direction and delegation we do you work with the Canterbury District Health Board, you are part of somethingvery special.

    We plan, fund and deliver health services to almost 600,000 tāngata (people) that live in the Canterbury region.Our primary goal is to put people at the heart of everything we matters to ngā tāngata, te mātua people at the heart of all we is ultimately all about people.

    What-s important around here is the way we carefor and respect others, the responsibility taken for delivering outcomes, andgoing about our work with Tūranga : Tā Mātou part of the Canterbury District Health Board, you will enjoy a fantasticbenefits scheme, the opportunity for flexible working arrangements and ongoingfocus on your career this role has sparked your interest but does not match your skills, then pleasevisit our careers website and have a look at our roles that better suit your apply online, or contact us will be progressed as they apply, so if this sounds like you, please apply

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